When Marky‘s in the building, “any given day is the Fourth of July.” What precisely does that mean? After listening to the newly-leaked Ya Heard Me, I’m not precisely sure—but that doesn’t make the record, which finds the DMV representative flexing his lyrical muscles over a synth groove by Surf Club member Chase N. Cache (from his recent Ear Me Out beat tape), any less enticing. Marky Meal #1 is scheduled to hit the ‘net soon; in the meantime, why not click here to peep the record’s official video accompaniment?
Written by richard on 11/15/11
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